Tuesday, December 29, 2009

It's a Vegan Raw Food Recipe Christmas

Happy holidays everyone. For Christmas I made several items from Alissa Cohen's "Living on Live Food," which I have owned for many, many years! Here are some pics of my raw, spouted lentils, germinated walnuts, and her book all ready to go for the recipes!

This was my first time making these recipes from her book:

"BBQ Chicken Fingers"

"Noasted Turkey" which is really just this amazing Raw Stuffing...

As you can see, I decorated it after dehyration, with parsley and some of the cranberry sauce. Beautiful Christmas color!

"Waldorf Salad" with a raw mayonnaise

I also made my own cranberry sauce which I perfected last year, and always make it for Thanksgiving and often Christmas too now.

I knew I wanted to do a big fresh picked arrugula salad as well, since I was inspired on Thanksgiving by June Louks beautiful arrugula salad from her garden. June let me pick some of her arrugula for the salad! Yum. I put a variation of my Creamy Pumpkin Seed Miso Dressing on it:

When I de-stemmed the arrugala, my brother's Malamute gladly ate the stems for me:

Saturday, November 7, 2009

4 Free Teleseminars on Detox + 6-Week Deep Tissue Detox

A Series of 4 Amazing FREE Teleseminars began last week that will demystify detox and help you understand these conditions and how to overcome them:
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  • Weight Gain
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  • Mood Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Leaky Gut Syndrome
  • Thyroid Imbalance
  • Depression
  • Hormonal Imbalances
Did I mention these amazing live calls that you can listen to right from your computer are FREE?! Their coming detox will be your best flu prevention! Given by Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo and Tera Warner of *The Raw Divas*...Check it out!

Last Thursday's Call: **Candida & Leaky Gut**

**Gut-Brain Connection: ADD, Autism, Depression, etc.**

Tuesday, November 10, 9:00pm Eastern

**Hormones, Thyroid Imbalances, Weight Gain, etc.**

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

New Raw Food Recipe Book for Kids!

One of the best ways to love our children is to feed them truly nutritious food....and this book makes it easy!

Joanne is the clever mama who wrote the book and tested and tested and tested the recipes. Her girls, Arabella and Evangeline, were the inspiration behind it. Joanne is a freelance food- and travel-book editor, and the author of a children's recipe book called I'm Hungry, Let's Cook!. After she rediscovered the amazing taste and power of raw foods in 2007, she hunted for a raw-food recipe book for Evie and Bella, but realized there wasn't one! So she set about creating it... Go here to check it out!

Thursday, August 27, 2009

My favorite new raw food dips....

These are my favorite new raw dips that you can get at health food stores in my area. Love them! Then we had to make new crackers to go with them, so I did my famous flax cracker recipe from my eBook and added some raw purple corn. They are INCREDIBLE!

I did about an hour and a half of serious gardening today in 100 degree heat, (global warming anyone?...it was 130 degrees in palm springs yesterday), so i was hungry and these dips with crackers hit the spot.

We just found the purple dip, it is a new flavor by a company we love, and I never would have thought of putting the ingredients together- but it is so delicious.

Here are some links for the dips!

Macadamia Tickled Cabbage Spread and Dip
Raw Basil Arrugula Pesto from Back to Life
Raw Vegan Gourmet Artisan Cashew Milk Cheese (This is soooo delectable and creamy! They ferment it with probiotics and it taste JUST LIKE cream cheese or sour cream dip! We tried the Peppercorn version this time that you see in the image. I couldn't find a link for this one, sorry.)

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

What to eat instead of a banana in your raw food smoothie

Here is my first video creation for you. Let me know what you think by leaving comments on YouTube and rating there as well! Also make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel so that you will be notified when I post a new video, as I will not be emailing every time I create a new video:-)...

This is just my first video about something kind of silly, but hey, sapotes are in season and I had them around! White sapotes are sooooooo much better than bananas....they are also known as "the chocolate fruit" because they taste like chocolate. They sweeten and thicken a smoothie much better than a banana too. Good luck finding them in your area. More coming soon! I am trying to finish my book right now which is first priority, but expect more fun videos by next year. Thanks everyone for taking the time to subscribe to my youtube channel and rate the video.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Thoughts From Within- Woody Harrelson Poetry

Do you know heaven in this moment?

What we have to realize and accept when we choose the raw vegan way of life longterm, is that in many ways we are going back to the way that mankind used to exist before fossil fuels, technology, and globalization. Back to a time when lots of time was spent daily on food rather than on driving, computers, television, and whatever else we do with our "free" time in the modern age. So I feel it is my duty, as a LifeFood Coach, to let you know that inevitably this is an issue you will have to address for yourself on the raw food path.

I also think that if more people understood this first, before beginning or in the beginning of learning a raw food lifestyle, then people would understand the bigger picture of how this lifestyle is about so much more than food. Then people would either have a stronger reason to be successful with it, or a clear choice that it is not for them. Because this lifestyle challenges the status quo on so many levels if one maintains it long term. This awareness from the beginning might save people a lot of confusion and turmoil.

This importance of this issue came to my awareness quite strongly after teaching a raw food workshop one spring day in 2006 to all women. Everyone loved the workshop, yet as soon as it was time to hit the kitchen---and I always make everyone get involved because that is how you learn-- I could almost hear a few silent moans- although they weren't actually released. But once everyone was in the kitchen it was great fun and they all enjoyed it. Then when it came time to eat, of course everyone was in bliss and there were absolutely no complaints!

In the modern world, it seems we want our food but we don't want to have to make it, nor do we want to pay much for it. Much of the population exists off of cheap subsidized foods- wheat, corn, soy, rice, and mass-produced animals. Another interesting issue is that many modern women want to feel that they have liberated themselves from the kitchen, and because I was teaching a a class for all women, perhaps that was another reason why I suddenly had an unexpected change of energy in the group once I asked them all to join me in the kitchen! That workshop was only $40 too, not $100 like most raw food workshops. But they still got a full gourmet meal, snacks, dessert, and the same amount of training and demonstration of how everything is made.

But here again are the 2 issues.... we want our food, but we want it cheap, we want it fast, and we don't want to have to spend 20 minutes in the kitchen washing and chopping to get it. Well somethings got to give, and unless you are filthy rich and able to pay someone to make healthy food for you, basically it means you need to take some time to do it yourself, or otherwise it is your health that gives.

And health truly is wealth! Just ask those that don't have it or that are losing loved ones to diseases that are largely preventable by diet and lifestyle or by relying on preventative medicine rather than western pharmaceutical companies.

Friday, June 26, 2009

A Day With Rawumptious Author June Louks

June Louks had a lovely raw food workshop today at her family's house in Malibu. We began the day picking food from her incredible gardens, then enjoying the picked berries and greens in smoothies, then an incredible raw lunch of recipes her and her family, and kitchen helper Olga, have created. All which appear in Rawumptious!

What a blessing it was to be there! I was in raw food heaven. Her children were such a treat to meet- all raw and primarily home-schooled and all quite talented! Then there was the eco-friendly house that she designed- (she formerly worked as an architect.) So I was in bliss too with that- as designing my own eco-friendly home is also a dream of mine.

I think in June I may have met somewhat of a "soulmate" as my husband and I are also raw, we also plan to have gardens, raw kids, an eco-friendly house, and are already busy spreading the deliciousness and bliss of the raw life! Meeting like-minded people is so powerful and important for living your life's purpose-- and today I have received a dose of this magic! Surround yourself with those that are on your same path -and nothing less than magic is the outcome.

I took some great photos, so I will include a few so you can see the lovely food, gardens, and of course the beautiful raw food diva herself, June Louks. Here is the website for her book:
rawumptiousrecipes.com which I highly, highly recommend! Thank you June from all of us who were lucky to be at your beautiful home today. Her next workshop is in September!
June picking lettuce for our salad.
Smelling the non-smelly compost!

June talking about the importance of greens in her transition to raw.

Stuffed red peppers and beet salad.
Raw Pizza with Sprouted Spelt Crust
Cucumber Salad and Avocado Slices for the Hummus/Buckwheat Crackers.

And as a final treat we got to hear beautiful songs as well as have an introduction to the yoga swing from her daughter Hailey!

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Raw Mom Summit is Live and Free

What if you could gather together some of the most inspirational health leaders in the world and get them together in the same place for 9 days to discuss the subjects of nutrition, pregnancy, childbirth, parenting and other family health care issues? What if you could get YOUR concerns addressed about how to succeed on a healthy diet or how to feed your children the best food?

Raw Mom Summit! The evolution of motherhood has arrived!

"It's time to bring together the Leaders in our community and inspire women as the heartbeat of their homes, to be the change we NEED to see in the world. It's time that we tell the world that the Evolution of Motherhood has arrived!"
-Tera Warner, founder of www.RawMom.com

The first interview I have listened to was raw mom Andrea Nison's interview with her new 3 month year old and found out that they are NOT using diapers! Wow! You should listen to find out what they are doing instead...pretty cool stuff! There are still lots of great interviews to come and its free!

Monday, June 15, 2009

It's All About The Blender. . . the Blendtec or VitaMix that is!

For those of you that have not tried a Blendtec or Vitamix blender yet, wow- you don’t know what you’re missing!

Vegetarians, raw foodists and people who just want to eat healthier have a secret weapon that makes their lifestyle easy and enjoyable. In literally 5-10 minutes you can make a full soup, salad dressing, flour for bread, best-tasting smoothie, ice-cream, nut-milks, seed cheeses, sauces, dips and marinades- the list is endless…They are capable of doing the work of 10 different kitchen appliances.They can juice whole fruits and vegetables . . . cook steaming soup from garden-fresh ingredients . . . freeze low-fat frozen desserts . . . and grind vitamin-rich seeds and grains in just minutes.

For those of you that have been wondering how I’ve done this lifestyle for so long- this is it- it’s the blender!

Here is a list of reasons why having one of these high-performance blenders has been so integral to sustaining my healthy lifestyle:

Time: It basically throws all prep time out the window because all you have to do is wash your vegetables, herbs, fruit, etc., peel some things, have some soaked nuts and seeds around, then throw everything in the blender, flip a switch, and you either have your full meal or the most important part of a meal.

Optimal Nutrition: Only a high-powered blender breaks open the cells of the plant material in such a way that you are getting all the nutrients out of the plant in the most effective way possible. Valuable nutrients locked inside the pulp, skins and seeds of fruits and vegetables cannot be absorbed because the phytonutrients are trapped within plant cells which need to be ruptured.The Vita-Mix or Blendtec machine ruptures the cell walls of fresh, whole foods to make these phytonutrients more bio-available. Also, your body doesn’t have to work to try and break the food down, which results in more absorbed nutrients, better digestion, more energy left over from the digestion process, and improved health and stamina.

Getting Your Greens Tastily: Many people avoid eating greens because of their taste and texture, thus missing out on all that valuable nutrition. Greens tend to taste bitter and large quantities are a bit tough to take for some people not used to it. The real problem, however, is their texture. The leaves are so tough that chewing greens to the consistency necessary to release nutrition is virtually impossible. Greens blended into a rich, creamy and delicious green smoothie solves both problems perfectly- and what's even more important is you're getting these in the raw state. The taste of the greens is also disguised with naturally sweet fruits like apple, blueberries, or grapes.

Getting What You Need: These blenders can be enormously important in making sure you are getting enough nutrition easily every single day. Sometimes plant material is never broken down in our digestive tract in the same beneficial way that a blender or high quality juicer will do (before it even gets to your digestive tract)! Yet unlike a juicer, blenders are so convenient to use, operate, and clean that people tend to use them every day, multiple times a day. Also unlike a juicer, you are not throwing out all the fiber, so the end result is actually healthier for you as part of a daily routine. You are still however getting the same benefits as using a cell-masticating, twin-gear juicer; for all the nutrients are being released from the plant cells. Now I still recommend having a high quality juicer, as juicing has its own place in a healthy lifestyle, but with one of these blenders you could easily get away without having a juicer!

Smoothies, Smoothies, Smoothies: The only way that I have been able to ensure that I get everything I need for optimum health is by making a superfood smoothie every morning as the most important meal of the day. Most of us have to quickly throw something together and be out the door in the morning, and the best way to do this is to make a smoothie-meal that can be taken with you and enjoyed in your travels to work/school, and in class/at work until the afternoon...and more than that be something of substantial nutrition so it really gives you enough to get through the day. These smoothies keep Mark and I going well into the afternoon with nothing much more than a flax cracker and nut cheese or other small snack at lunchtime. Between 3 and 5pm we enjoy dinner…and then another smoothie in the evening. That is our whole day!

Possibilities for total smoothie nutrition: hemp protein powder or seeds, goji berries or juice, chia seed, pumpkin seeds, spirulina, tocotrienols, Sun Is Shining green superfood powder, Sun Warrior Raw Protein Powders, coconut butter, maca, mesquite pod meal, marine phytoplankton, gold rush, liquid minerals...the list is endless! All these you can find in my shopping cart here.

On The Go: Smoothies just have to be poured in re-usable bottles that you take with you. This is incredibly convenient and easy. You just wash the bottles in the dishwasher or hand-wash when you get home and re-use them the next day.

Travel: Blenders are incredibly easy to travel with, especially the Blendtec because it is so small. Wrap the container in a towel, put this and the base in your suitcase or a carry-on bag, plug it in at your hotel, bring your superfoods with you and buy some fruit- and you prevent those traveling blues! What a great thing to continue while you are traveling- your morning smoothies. So you are getting everything you need, staying regular, keeping your immune system up, and can save a lot of money as well.

Disabilities: If you have disabilities that make it difficult for you to chop produce or stand in the kitchen, then using one of these blenders can help ensure that you can at least have powerful live-food smoothies and soups throughout the week. They can easily be operated from a wheelchair or with only one hand, but they also make it easier for helpers to quickly prepare something for you of real nutritional value. These blenders also make it possible to make food for the elderly and ill who have trouble chewing, and of course to make quick, fantastic, organic baby food!

People swear by both blenders, so it is really a matter of personal choice. Good links for trying to choose which blender is right for you:

The new Blendtec Wildside Container has a 4 inch blade and 3 quart jar, that is actually better now then the Vitamix as explained in this video:

Order the Total Blendtec Blender with the new Wildside Container with this link:

I now have the new and improved Vita-Mix 4500 on sale in my shopping cart, with free shipping! Also, if you are interested in the new Vita-Mix 5200, which I now have in my own kitchen and highly recommend as a good investment, use the link on this site on the right hand column for free shipping. . . a $30 value! I now own 2 VitaMix's and look forward to having a Blendtec someday too!

Saturday, June 6, 2009

How Cooking Made Us Human

I am in agreement with at least one of Richard Wrangham's theories, a professor of biological anthropology at Harvard, renowned primatologist, and author of the new book CATCHING FIRE: How Cooking Made Us Human. I agree with him totally that it was cooking, rather than meat, that made man what he is, and have written extensively about this in my new book...i.e.....that it was cooking that gave man the larger brain and ability to do other things besides just eat and look for food, not meat.

{ Please do read the full New York Times Review of the book, it's great. Also, I have not read the book yet, so what I write is based upon what I learned from the NY Times Review. Certainly I will have more to say once I read it, and this is just my first spontaneous response. And here are some more editorial reviews at Barnes and Nobles. }

I also agree with him that cooking is what ultimately forged relationships between men and women and led to marriage/monogomy, because humans, especially men, are not monogomous by nature. For example, because of cooking, humans would have begun to store food that could be cooked, and this would need to be protected as would the chefs and cooking area. If women became the chefs then the men became the protector and hunter in return for sex. A pretty good bargain that would have kept men and women together as a team for a purpose. Men then had a permanent source of sex, and women had a permanent source of food and protection. Furthermore, cooking food would have started to take people away from a hunter-gather lifestyle to stay more in one place, which would also allow for them to have more kids because they don't have to carry them everywhere. (This could also explain why so many marriages end in divorce today, because women don't need to give up sex for protection anymore, nor do they necessarily want to be in the kitchen cooking. How's that for an interesting theory! Yet, as a married woman, I still love the feeling of partnership and protection I feel from my husband, even if the times have changed!)

Anyway, as a 10 year raw foodist, I also know that his theory and so called "evidence" that the raw food diet cannot guarantee an adequate energy supply, and makes women stop menstruating is largely misguided. Hello! I AM a women and I still bleed every month, and I have MORE energy then I did before. Now, to be fair, the study he states says that 50% of women stop menstruating on such a diet, so I guess I would be in the the other half that still does, but as others have written already, the mistake is to associate a lack of menstruating with infertility. Furthermore, I have no way of knowing what kind of diet these women were put on in this study, because just eating a bunch of raw vegetables is obviously a pretty unbalanced diet, and to do a raw diet right you really have to know what you are doing. The fact is, most do not know anything about how to do it right. I will have to look into this, but I think there is also plenty written about women who don't menstruate but are still healthy and fertile and able to get pregnant. So, right now I'm like kinda wishing I was one of those women who didn't menstruate anymore!

Regardless though, I can tell you this. I would NOT want to be one of our ancestors searching for enough food to eat and victim to wild animals etc. I would think it would be really hard to get a balanced diet in the first few thousand years of our existence. I don't think life would have been as tough as we are taught to believe, but it still would have been difficult to get enough of everything the body needs. So I will give him that, but in modern times this isn't a problem anymore -unless you live in poverity and have no resources.

He also writes that "There is no way our human ancestors survived, much less reproduced, on it. He seems pleased to be able to report that raw diets make you urinate too often, and cause back and hip problems." (DWIGHT GARNER, New York Times Review, May 26, 2009). I don't know what "urinating too often" would be, but I have absolutely no problem with this. I also have a very large bladder, but still, I am certainly not always peeing. I also certainly do not have any hip or back problems, and have a fantastic, healthy yoga practice.

All my raw food friends that have been raw for a long time also do not have any of these problems. His attack on the raw food diet really looks pretty ridiculous from people who have been living it for a long time and are a living example of the opposite of what he says a raw diet creates.

In a lot of ways, his conclusions just show me that you can conclude anything using scientific studies. Furthermore, unless you really research each study itself, there is no way to know what a study really shows. Finally, if our anscestors could not have survived or reproduced without cooking, then tell me this......

How the hell did mankind survive for thousands of years before the discovery of cooking????

While I think Mr. Wrangham is on to a lot of things, and right about many, he needs to do a little more research about the realities of a raw food diet. However, even as a raw foodist, I agree that there are many advantages that came from cooking our food, but one, we need to be careful before we claim that eating a majority of our food cooked is healthier, or two, that necessarily everything that may be thought of as an advantage brought by cooking, is really truly advantageous to our species. I also am not totally against cooked food.... I just feel so much healthier and happier without it!

Friday, May 1, 2009

Food Inc. The Official Trailer

Trailer for new film "Food Inc." The myth of ranches and farms. Instead everything is now multinational corporations. They completely control the food supply, and us...

What I consumed today:
Morning Stamina Smoothie
Pecan Brittle for all the extra Iron!
Flax Crackers
Herb Salad soon with cucumber and Creamy Southern Greens on top!

ALL of these recipes.....in my amazing recipe book!

Sunday, April 26, 2009

More Raw Food Headlines

Finally a dietician who is teaching raw: Courier Press
Also, an article on how the raw food movement is taking hold in Bali: The Australian

I really hear David Wolfe's words in my head from 10-13 years ago when I read all these articles today and see how raw food is spreading.He used to talk about how raw foods were just gonna be the accepted norm. Well, we aren't there yet, but man is it spreading like wildfire! It is so funny to have to explain raw food to people, because it is the most natural thing in the world. Instead people would rather argue as to why its natural to kill an animal. Poor human beings. We all do come around eventually though.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Stuffed Cabbage Raw Salad Lunch

This wasn't really a salad, but my "Southern Greens" recipe made with just swiss chard. After it was done, I put it in a red cabbage shell and ate it like a burrito. I put tomato slices on my husbands (see pic). I love red cabbage; it is extremely high in vitamin K. Let food be your medicine... as all crucifers are high in antioxidant phytonutrients, helping our body eliminate harmful compounds! It was incredibly delicious and satisfying!

Today I also had a flax cracker with some mac/pinenut/herb spread, both also in my recipe ebook along with the special greens recipe above. This morning I had my green stamina smoothie, also in my recipe book, that was particularly delicious, with broccoli sprouts! So I've certainly gotten my fair share of magic cruciferous vegetables today!

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Finding a CSA near you..."Community Supported Agriculture"

To find a community farm near you in the States, check out these resources I got from the Slow Food USA Blog:

To find one in your country just search for "slow food" in google to find a csa near you.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Raw Vegans Thin But Healthy ~ 2005 Study

Have you seen already the 2005 Reuters article? "People who follow a raw food vegetarian diet are light in weight but healthy, according to US researchers."

Today we went to the farmers market in Santa Monica because I am really transitioning to eating mostly fruit, and needed a larger supply then what I find at the Pacific Palisades market on Sundays. We got fresh squeezed blood orange juice, and a special treat I haven't allowed myself in years....dates! We got amazing fruits....sapotes, passion fruits, organic strawberries and blueberries, amazing cherry tomatoes (best ever!), and lots of greens, sprouts, and olives. We also got baby artichokes that I have marinated in a big jar with lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, and herbs to eat RAW!

I've been fasting all week from fats and solid foods, so when we went to Rawvolution and Mark got a piece of raw pie and I had a few bites, it made me really sick. I really don't like agave and cashews, I have never liked agave, these things just don't sit well with me, but the pie was really good however. Then I had a huge cup of ORMUS tea that TOTALLY made me feel better. It was awesome! Felt like I was drinking healing dirt :-). And it was very healing. I can't wait to get some of this tea to have at home. It is very pricey but I think worth it. Then I had an E3 live coconut shake which also made me feel better.

Then we ate fresh strawberries, tomatoes, dates, and olives this afternoon, and this evening ate a huge purple cabbage shell with a swiss chard creamy mix on the inside I call "Southern Creamy Greens" in my recipe eBook. I might have some fresh papaya later this evening. I also had Premier's Oncaplex this morning like I do every morning as well as some Phytoplankton and Max Stress B Complex. The first few years I went raw I used to eat E3 live every day, now I can't afford it, but hope to again soon as it is the best ever!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Raw Food Lunch

This is what we had for lunch today. A "cheese" spread and raw cracker both detailed in my new recipe ebook. As usual we had our Stamina Morning Superfood Smoothie and dinner will be a huge bowl of chopped greens with herbs, lemon juice, and apple cider vinegar. Then I'm off to teach 2 hours of Yoga in Pacific Palisades. Enjoy!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Why we make the change to Living, Vegan, Raw Food Cuisine.

To be one of the most important people on the planet of course! A Boon Bringer!

Monday, April 6, 2009

Back to Cleansing and Greens!

Feeling the need to cleanse again. Today had my usual morning superfood smoothie (found in my recipe eBook) and a huge bowl of greens (kale, arrugula, and collard greens) chopped fine with cilantro, dill, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, a few walnuts, and a few sprinkles of buckwheaties. Did two hours of yoga so it's 9:15 and I'm feeling like some fruit or a fruit smoothie, although I very rarely eat after 8.

O.K. Just decided I'm going to have a tangerine and Oxy-Mag with freshly juiced grapefruit and lemon to get started with that cleansing again before bed time. No smoothie this late!

I also had Marine Phytoplankton today, as it came in from Elements for Life last week. Best superfood ever. Very excited to have it back in stock in my kitchen!

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Smoothie Day and Mentor David Jubb...

What did I eat today? A superfood smoothie in the morning. In my recipe eBook it's called the Green Morning Stamina Smoothie, and I added goji berries for fun. I did an hour and a half of intense yoga. Then at 3pm I had a couple small flax crackers with a couple teaspoons of pine nut, dill, cilantro, Spirulina, coconut oil, pistachio, pumpkin seed spread I threw together. Then went to the beach for a few hours and had a couple of tangerines. This evening we had an Acai Berry smoothie, it's the Purple Love Smoothie in my recipe eBook. Then I had a few garlic olives.

That's it! Not too hungry today. Kind of an unusual day for food, usually I have greens or a salad every day with lemon juice, but today I just wanted blended fruits, sprouts in my morning smoothie, and then a few tablespoons of healthy fats (soaked nuts, olives, flax and pumpkin seeds, and coconut oil). Maybe it has something to do with reconnecting with my breatharian mentor last night...

It was so wonderful reconnecting with Dr. David Jubb last night at Planet Raw. It's been five years since he's been to California! All of my success and wisdom with living foods comes from him and the family around him! Love you David!

Unfortunately David is currently being persecuted by his son's mother and the state for his unconventional ways. 

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Dr. David Jubb is in L.A.

His Lectures tonight are as follows:

6-7 at RAWvolution
2301 Main St Santa Monica, CA 90495
(310) 392-9501

and 7-8 at RAW.
609 Broadway
Santa Monica, California 90401

Friday, April 3, 2009

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Cancer, and MILK

4 Million Women in America have Irritable Bowel Syndrome. This video explains why...the cows pass on a leukemia virus to you which causes irritable bowel syndrome!!! This is only one of the things the government doesn't what you to know about milk.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

David Wolfe Live on Saturday...

If you like David Wolfe....David Wolfe will be flying back from Peru and beginning his much anticipated "Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future" Book Tour this Saturday....check out the special live webcast live from NJ this Saturday as he begins his tour.

April 4th, 2009 - 6:00pm EST for the Live Event

His new book has an entire chapter on the Elements for Life Superfoods; AMAZING superfoods that Mark and I use constantly. Educate your family and friends about the power of superfoods. They change many lives! Click the image below...


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